Wonderland (2013) s02e03 Episode Script

Fear of Missing Out

How's the new pad? It's good! Yeah? Yeah! Yeah.
Just taking things slowly.
Don't touch that.
That's OK They're letting me go.
What? Oh, who cares about the job? You do! I'll get another one.
Alright, you can stop that.
Stop what? Making fun of me.
Stop it! I'm not being anything! I was genuinely agreeing with you.
Oh, forget it.
Forget it.
Miranda, really Seriously, Ash, I should have known better than to expect a mature conversation from you.
Very high bar, mate.
She wants some uber-achieving dude who wears a suit and tie.
You've been very naughty.
Since the new guy started.
Nick.
Nice to meet you, Carlos.
It's not Nick! It's my father.
He thinks I'm wasting my time with you.
Good.
Then we might be bumping into each other a bit more, then? Well, hopefully.
Do I look like I mean business? The pendant's kind of drawing attention to your chest.
Really? Hey, sometimes that's a good thing! No, that's not what I want to be saying tomorrow.
Actually, no, you're right.
No bling - it's far more professional.
That's the look I'm going for in my job interview tomorrow.
At which you are going to be great.
And I'm sorry - I don't mean to make this all about me.
No, no.
You know, I'm not gonna let that pompous, misogynistic, hypocritical little man get away with this.
No, you shouldn't.
We did not defame him.
Every word that we printed was true.
Don't tell me she's still worrying about this meeting tomorrow.
Come on, it's going to be fine.
Well, you don't know that.
This is huge, Carlos.
I do know.
You're good.
It's not that simple.
It's going to go well.
It has to, doesn't it? You OK? Yeah.
They're gonna sue, for sure.
Yeah.
It looks like it.
This is a nightmare that's gonna end in front of a firing squad.
Well, it's good to see stress has no influence on your perspective.
I approved the article, Nick.
They're gonna go to town on me.
Dan Marinello's a crook.
Yeah.
A crook with a gun legal team.
You got any plans tonight? Yeah - I'm supposed to be going to this bar with Carlos.
It's meant to be very expensive and very in, apparently.
Well, it's up to you, but, you know, if you want to stay back, we can get started.
You know, there's got to be a loophole.
Oh, no.
You don't have to do that.
We're a team.
And speaking for myself, I want to expose this arsehole.
Besides, unlike you, I've got .
.
I've got zero on tonight.
Worship at my feet! I am the interview queen! You got the job? Well, I don't know.
Maybe.
I think so.
Kind of.
Hey, that's fantastic! Well, come on.
Tell me everything before we meet Colette.
Oh, my Oh, my God.
It's my dream job! It's travel and rock stars and free concerts and VIP suites.
I would be making writer dreams come true.
Hmm.
And if anyone can pick all the brown M&M's out of the bowl for Van Halen, it's you.
The two interviews before me went for 10 minutes.
Mine went for 20! Oh, that's a good sign.
Yeah, that's what I thought! And then they started talking about money.
So that's good, right? Well, yeah.
No-one talks about money unless they're interested.
So, you think I got it? What was the last thing they said? That they will call me within 24 hours.
Oh! They heard about a few of my events and were really impressed with my portfolio.
Of course they were.
Oh, we should've booked! I'm sure they'll seat us quickly.
You reckon? Yeah.
I need to eat.
Have you got anything in your bag? Like what? A steak? You know, these guys bring out all the hot acts.
Do they? Guys from this place? No! The guys from the job I went for today.
Oh.
You do want me to get this job, right? Baby, I'm desperate for you to get this job.
But right now, I'm starving and all I can focus on is the Three Blue Ducks.
Fun, Pink, Coldplay - they're bringing out Coldplay.
Ooh, I do love their music.
Screw their music - I'll get to meet Gwyneth! Maybe Apple will call you Aunty Dani.
A table's finishing up.
Oh, my God.
What's wrong? What? My phone - I've left my phone at home.
What? My phone! They said they would call as soon as they made a decision! Honey What if they've called and I've already missed it?! Well, they would've left a message.
I have to go.
Dani, being phoneless for an hour is not going to kill you.
It might.
I can't miss this! I'm sorry.
Ah, well - dinner for two, then? No, no, no.
I don't want to miss out.
Can we get takeaway? Please? Thank you.
Order everything.
I love you both.
I will see you at home.
- You OK in th - No! Don't come in! Don't come anywhere near me.
OK, now, this is just in case you need it.
I I I don't have anything left in my stomach.
Do you think it was something you ate, or? I'm not sure.
Now, can I get you anything? Water, or flat ginger ale? Flat lemonade.
Oh.
We always had flat ginger ale.
Well, we had flat lemonade.
But anyway, no, thanks.
You know, you don't have to do this.
This? I'm not your responsibility, you know.
You must have better things to do.
Actually, I'm just here out of self interest.
I just wanted to make sure you don't spew on my rug.
Well, as long as this is no favour.
No.
No, no, no.
No favour.
Because I have to be better by tomorrow.
I have an assignment with a photo agency in town and if I get the shot, it's a chance to make some real money.
Shot? Yeah - a celebrity thing in town.
As, like, paparazzi? Paparazza - singular.
Female.
Papa Bucket! Bucket! Yep, yep, yep.
Oh! We had evidence.
A stat dec from a callgirl called Crystal, who Marinello's people have since shown to be unreliable.
But I didn't know that at the time.
And no other girls have come forward? Sorry.
I stuffed up.
I probably would have given the same advice.
However, we do need to find evidence that these parties actually took place.
Oh, thanks, Janelle.
Oh, is sashimi OK? I noticed the other night you picked your salmon off the sushi and left the rice.
We won't let this bastard get one cent from us.
Yeah.
But We are going to prevail.
OK? I need you to nod now.
Thank you.
Good.
Let's eat.
Well, I am going to leave you to it.
BYO chairs for FAT night tomorrow at my place.
Are you sure you're ready? No.
But I'm going to do it anyway.
So, is everyone coming? Tom and Miranda are in.
Grace and Carlos are coming.
And, yes, I'm going to invite Rob.
Why not? Oh, that's awesome.
Good on ya.
Yeah, good on you.
Yeah.
Now I just have to work up the courage to do so.
Good luck! You'll be right.
Tomorrow night? Yeah.
I just thought since you love a good curry Yeah, look, uh, tomorrow night's no good - I've got a couple of things on, so Oh.
Alright, then.
But thanks for the invite.
Well, I'll just leave it with you.
You never know.
Yeah.
Never know.
I'll catch you later.
Yeah.
See you.
Yep! Sorry about that.
Sounded like Colette.
Yeah, it was.
Didn't want her to see what you've done with the place, I suppose.
Sorry, I thought we were playing cards.
We are.
And I've got itchy palms.
It means my luck's about to change.
Or you've got a fungal infection.
She invited me over for dinner.
She's having FAT night at her place.
Good for her! You're going.
Not happening.
Well Maggie.
We are here to play poker, aren't we? You know, the last time I played poker, I was the first one to get nude.
Harry, this isn't strip poker.
It's not? No.
Can it be? Hey.
Harry's not home.
Big day at work, huh? Humungous.
I'm sorry about the bar.
No, no.
That's cool.
We can go tomorrow before Colette's.
Here, let me take No, no.
It's fine.
You've got the Meat lovers pizza.
Mmm - your favourite.
It's your favourite, actually.
Well, I knew you'd be hungry.
You're my hero.
So, what is the problem at work? Oh, we've been going over it for hours.
It's too hard.
Were you working back with Suzanne? Susan.
No.
No, it's a team of us.
It's it's complicated.
I understand.
You're exhausted.
Yeah.
I'm not going to be very good company tonight.
You're always good company.
Can we just go to sleep? Please? I've got a really massive day tomorrow.
Sure.
Thank you.
No problem.
I'll give you a massage.
Oh, really? Yeah.
Just help you release the stress.
Carlos No, you don't need to do anything.
Just lie there and let my fingers work their magic.
OK.
Do your worst.
Yeah, I can't do this.
This is actually taking far too long.
Can we just have sex, please, and go to sleep? I knew I could make you change your mind.
Oh, no.
Come on.
Don't answer that.
No, it might be important.
Hello.
Grace Barnes.
Yeah, no, no, no, it's fine - I'm still up.
Do you need me to come in now? Oh, you've got to be kidding me.
Yeah.
OK, I can do that.
Bye.
You're not going back to work now, are you? No, but I have to be there at six in the morning.
Is it still OK if I borrow your car and I'll drive you to work? Yeah, yeah.
No, that's absolutely fine, Car I really need to get some sleep now.
I'm sorry.
OK.
Thanks for the lift.
Yeah, thanks for the car.
So I'll be here at five, and then we'll go to Ed's bar for a drink and Colette's for curry, yeah? Sounds perfect.
OK.
OK.
Thanks.
Have a good day.
You too.
Oh, hey.
Thank you.
Spare memory card Hey, this thing's not for hours.
Yeah, I need to get a spot up the front.
Miranda, you're not well.
Tom, I hassled the agency for this! This is my only chance! If I get this shot, it could change my life.
But you're sick! I'm going.
OK.
But .
.
I'm giving you a lift.
It's been raining.
I can just get a bus! Hey! What did I say? No arguments.
No, look, I don't want to impose.
You're not imposing.
I was going to town anyway.
Liar.
In.
Good.
Honestly, I'm feeling much better.
This fresh air is working wonders.
I'm on an upward trajectory.
Glad to hear it.
Good.
Stop! What's wrong? Upward trajectory? Shut up.
Oh, God.
Hey, hey You got the bum crack out early, mate.
Glassy out there, or what? Yeah, offshore's whipping up some big lefties.
You coming tonight? To the pub? To Colette's.
There goes a flying pig.
Seriously.
Seriously, not in a million years.
Mate, if she had the balls to ask you to come It's too awkward.
No, thanks.
I'm not having a go.
You guys are our friends.
We just What? We want to see you both happy.
I am happy! I'm laughing on the inside.
Hi! Ah, I was just getting the lid.
I snuck in - lucky he hasn't changed the locks! I won't tell.
Have you heard from the music people? Um, no.
There's Shit! I've missed a call! It's a blocked number! Bugger! My phone is on silent.
I'm going to have to go sort this out.
I'll talk to you soon.
OK.
Good luck! Oh, hello! How was the water? It was brisk but worth it.
Well, you never know when you might need one! Oh, um, Rob won't hurt us.
I rescued it.
I needed it for the curry.
Personally, I think he's silly not to go.
How do you know? I was there last night when you popped by.
Oh! It was you that he had over.
Hmm! When he wouldn't let me in, I thought he was entertaining.
I came up with all sorts of visions.
Oh! It was just me and Harry.
That's that's good.
I mean, yeah.
Alright.
Lovely to see you.
You too.
So you didn't just call me? Yeah, we'll do lunch soon.
Chris! Dani.
Hi.
Hey, did you just call me? No? OK, gotta go.
Dad! How are you? Hi.
You didn't just call me? No, no.
Nothing's wrong.
Dad, I really can't talk to you right now.
OK, yeah, bye! Hey, honey! I'll be home in five.
I missed a call.
How? Your phone's practically glued to your face! It doesn't matter how.
It was a private number and I've called all the blocked numbers I can think of.
Did they leave a message? If they did, then I would know who it was, wouldn't I? OK.
OK, calm down.
Maybe I want it too much.
I mean, maybe that's why I missed it.
Yeah, right.
That sounds perfectly logical to me.
Maybe I should call the receptionist, you know, and ask if they've got a blocked number.
And that makes you sound less desperate? Yeah, you're right.
Especially if they recognise my number.
Should I get a blocked number too? OK.
Just stop and listen to yourself.
That's them! They're calling back! Then you'd better answer it! I'm terrified.
Answer the call! I'm hanging up.
Alright.
I love you! You too! I'll be home in a sec.
Dani Varvaris.
Beverley, as much as I admire the good work that you people do and as much as I would love to save every whale in this entire fricking ocean, now is a really crap time to be ringing and asking for money.
How's your bum? What? After the injection? Oh.
Yeah, it's OK.
I feel a bit spaced out but Yeah .
.
I feel better so maybe I can go.
No.
You're on strict bed rest orders until tomorrow.
Why does this always happen to me? My life is just one missed opportunity after another.
Ow! Sorry! Just try and get some rest, eh? Yeah.
Hey.
How about if I go? What? I could go down there, take some shots for you.
Don't be stupid.
I'm not! Tom, it's a professional gig, not some holiday happy snap thing.
I have been known to take a reasonable shot in my time.
When? Plenty of times.
I'm not a complete moron with a camera.
Besides Uh! What have you got to lose? Hmm? Press pass.
OK.
Hmm.
And you need to get a clear, clean, full-length shot, eyes down the barrel.
That's eyes down the lens.
Yeah.
I know what that means.
Actually, you know what? Just take as many shots as you possibly can.
OK.
You get some rest.
You get the shot.
No pressure.
And, Tom Hmm? Focus.
How are you going? Well, if I were a fisherman and we were on a desert island .
.
we'd both be starving.
Though to be fair, my father banned me from fishing at the age of nine.
Why? I talked too much.
Defending the fish.
Yeah.
Oh.
I can't believe you're making me laugh right now.
Me either.
Lame material, poorly executed.
You should be ashamed.
Crap! Um, I'll be back in a minute.
I'm so I'm sorry.
I'm so I'm so sorry.
I meant to call you.
You're not coming? No, it's just, um, time - it just got away from us.
We are up to our eyeballs with this job.
Grace, you have been here since 6 o'clock this morning.
Yeah, I know.
I know.
Sometimes it's just like that.
You go.
What? No, you, you You go, have a drink for me, and I .
.
I will meet you at Colette's for dinner.
This really important job that you're doing, are you doing it with Nick? Yeah, I am.
And it's been with Nick all the time? You lied to me! There is no team! No, it isn't It's just you - no, it's you and Nick! I didn't lie to you.
I mean, we are working as a team - it's just a team of two.
Look, I don't want to fight.
Fine.
Go running back to Nick.
There's nothing going on between me and Nick! Carl It's just work! You've got absolutely nothing to be jealous of! I'll see you at Colette's, OK? Fine.
I'll see you at Colette's.
Cutting it a bit fine there, aren't we? Miranda? Go on.
She's here! They push, kick, shove, they're clawing What a job! So, did you get the shot? I don't know.
I just sat with my finger on the trigger the whole time and hoped for the best.
I must have taken at least 100 shots.
Wow! Yeah.
I looked at a few of them.
Mostly rubbish.
Well, at least you turned up, huh? Yeah, where is Grace? Working, supposedly.
So, Tom, was it fabulously glamorous? Other side of the rope.
My side - brutal.
So, dude, pretty kind of you to go all this trouble for my sister.
Very kind.
No worries.
OK.
Dinner is served.
Ooh! Tea country pork curry, chilli fish curry and, for dessert, Sri Lankan love cake.
Oh, my God.
That smells amazing.
Nice! Yeah.
Rob sure loves a curry, doesn't he? Yeah.
He does.
Oh, well.
His loss.
Yeah! Good on you, Col.
Well, look on the bright side - at least this means there's about 80% more for us! So, mate, you up for a couple of beers? Game of stick at the Royal? The pub? No, the women's hospital.
Of course the bloody pub! It's $10 steak night! Well, as tempting as that sounds, I'm off to the flicks.
You're welcome to come.
Oh, yeah? What are you seeing? Der Schuhe des Manitu.
Manitu's Shoe - it's a German western comedy.
I'll tell you what - we can make a night of it.
After the flick, get a pork knuckle, drink some Gluhwein and sing some German songs.
That sound like a top 'nacht'? Nein.
How about you give me a chance to win my chips back? Sorry, Rob.
I'm settling in for a quiet night in front of the telly.
Oh.
You're welcome to park yourself on the couch with me if you'd like.
Well, it does have more appeal than a German western comedy.
Is that some sort of code? Don't worry.
Uh, how about I shout the beer and pizza? I thought you were more of a curry man, myself.
Maggie.
I imagine they're sitting down to something spicy and delicious right about now.
And you are about as subtle as a brick.
I've never seen the point of subtlety.
I'm not going to Colette's! Your call.
Guessing your ears would be burning pretty soon.
My program's about to start.
Stay if you're staying, go if you're not.
.
.
research.
Tonight, we have news that I'm sure Grace will be here soon.
She's probably already in a cab.
Hey! Oi! Hey! Dani! Don't even think about it.
Oh, she's gonna do it.
Oh, whatever! What are you doin'? Oh, no.
It's Colette's.
Oh.
Maybe Rob's had a change of heart.
No, it's from Grace.
"Still at work.
Unlucky" I think she means 'unlikely'".
Why didn't she text me? Dani, do you want to give me a hand with dessert? - Yes.
- Hey, where's your loo? Oh, just around the corner to the left.
You cannot miss it.
Bummer about Grace.
You were right about her looking for a guy in a suit.
I think she's found one.
What do you mean? Her boss, Nick.
That's who she's working under tonight.
Dude I'll get it! Hi.
Hi.
I know I said I probably wasn't going to come and I'm sorry I'm late.
Are you hungry? Starving.
Well, then, you're in luck.
Come on in.
Sweet! Ooh! New painting? Yeah.
Housewarming present from Dani and Steve.
I thought they liked you.
I didn't defend the fish.
Nah.
Natural prosecutor.
Hardly.
When I used to go fishing with my dad, he'd, um .
.
he'd tell me about his cases and he'd ask my advice.
How old were you? And he'd get me to consider all the evidence and see things from both sides and That's when I knew what I wanted to do - I was hooked.
Fishing pun not intended.
Oh, yeah.
I'm screwed.
Don't say that.
You've got to applaud him.
I mean, his team have been meticulous in covering his tracks.
I'm not giving up.
They're going to sue the company for millions.
You're exhausted.
Yeah, I am.
I'm going to go home and I'm going to come back on Monday with my resignation.
Grace Thank you.
For trying.
Dani, I hope you're driving.
I think loverboy's a bit drunk.
Yeah.
Hey! Just because you're not comfortable with a manly show of affection See ya, mate.
Night, bum crack! Night! See ya, mate.
Night, all! Oh.
You right with that? Yep.
Bye, darling! Bye! Ciao! Bye! See ya.
That was a top curry.
Thanks for the invite.
Thanks for coming.
I like what you've done with the place.
It's pretty small.
It's cosy.
Yeah, well, it's all I need right now.
Oh, I I brought you this.
Not much of a housewarming gift, but I know how much you love it, so Thank you.
I'll put it there.
While we're at it .
.
I probably shouldn't have this.
Oh, you can hang onto it, if you want.
No.
No.
Better for you to keep it.
Thanks.
You were right.
It's harder than it sounds.
Well, thanks for giving it a shot.
Hmm.
So, dinner was good? Yeah.
Colette nailed it.
Curry was fantastic.
Rob turned up.
Oh, that's great.
Yeah.
There's not really anything good on there, is there? You never know.
I sorta do.
Try get some rest, eh? Night.
Night.
No news is bad news, right? No, it's just .
.
no news.
Let's just be realistic - I haven't got the job.
There could be a million reasons why they haven't called.
Number one - I haven't got the job.
Stop it! You are great at what you do.
You know that and they would've seen that.
Thank you for putting up with me.
Oh, it's my job! That's what I signed on for.
Hey? Hmm? Grace and Carlos - are they OK? Uh, yeah, I think so.
Why? When you were in the kitchen, he was making out that Grace is having an affair with her boss.
What?! No, Grace would never do that.
You seem pretty convinced.
Well, he's wrong.
If Grace is cheating on Carlos then I'm having it off with Harry.
Oh, yeah, no, I heard that too.
But you know what I mean.
And she didn't turn up to dinner - that's not like her either.
If Grace was really interested in someone else, she would break it off with Carlos first.
She would never two-time.
What is your problem? I brought it back so you'd have it in the morning.
I just fell asleep waiting.
It's the waiting part that bothers me.
I mean, you were waiting to see if I came home with anyone, weren't you? No.
I trust you.
Then why weren't you waiting in here? Because Harry wasn't home, OK? I just fell asleep.
Well, you could have just left it.
I mean, I could hardly miss it, parked out the front.
I wanted to see you.
And you have absolutely no reason to be jealous.
And why wouldn't I be jealous? Huh? You promise to turn up to dinner, you text Colette and not me, and here it is after midnight! I'm not doing this with you right now.
I'm about to lose my fucking job! OK? Why didn't you say something? I keep asking you what's wrong at work and you skip over it.
Because I am stressed, I am exhausted and I just wanna sleep.
I'm going to bed.
Knock, knock.
Hey.
Hey.
Handle some food? Aww, you didn't have to.
What, fill a memory card full of crap shots? No, bring me breakfast in bed.
Oh, just happy that you're feeling better.
Me too.
Oh Here's a lovely shot of the back of someone's head.
Oh.
Sorry.
You did your best.
It was crazy.
Mm.
I warned you.
You did.
There's got to be a better way to earn a buck.
Yeah, I should give that brain surgery gig a go.
No, you know what I mean.
You're better than that.
You're not meant to be a singular female paparazza.
Maybe, but I guess we'll never know, will we? Oh, my God.
What? Oh, my God! You got the shot! I did? You got the shot! I got the shot? I got the shot! Oh, my God - you got the shot! We got the shot! We got the shot! I need to lie down.
Yeah, me too.
We should get those Um, I will email that off before the deadline.
Yeah, I better get to Oi! You want some company? Sure.
So, you missed dinner last night.
Yeah, things are nuts at work.
You've got a new boss? Yep.
Is he cute? I'm just wondering! What did I miss at dinner last night? Just some amazing food.
And? Nothing.
Dani OK.
Carlos kind of insinuated that you might be having an affair with your boss.
What? What, he actually said that? Well, I didn't hear it, but that's what Steve said he said.
Why would he say that? Because he's an idiot.
So it's not true? No, it's not true.
Let's just run.
Slow down! Please, do you want to know the truth? I don't know.
Do I? We both know that Carlos was never really a good fit for me.
What? Even my dad could see it.
You know what parents are like when it comes to men.
I'm living a fantasy.
You've been happy.
Putting off the inevitable.
No, you haven't.
I need someone who understands me, who understands what I do, who is in the same place and is ready for kids.
I think Carlos Someone who doesn't go around telling my friends that I'm sleeping with other people.
Thank you, Tom.
Well, don't thank me.
The toast was burnt.
You know what I mean.
Looking after me, going last night.
It was beyond the call of duty.
I've missed us being good mates.
Me too.
Truce? Truce.
Ah.
Please, please just don't do anything you're going to regret.
When I try to imagine my future, my five-year plan is completely out of whack.
Why imagine it? You know, just let it happen.
Do you have any idea how many boxes there are still to be ticked? Grace, you know the whole "five-year plan" thing went out with scrunchies? It's just, what if I miss out on the right guy because I've been wasting my time with the wrong one? And Santa Maria says, "Soon I will be ze richest man in ze west.
"I could even take you for my wife!" To which Ushi says, "What would I do with your wife?" Oh, maybe it's funnier in German.
Maybe.
Maybe it is.
I'll get out of your way.
So, uh, good run? Oh, let's not do small talk.
OK.
Carlos No, me first.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I know that I shamed you at your party.
And I know that I'm stupid for being jealous because you are an honourable person.
And my only excuse is that I'm jealous because I'm crazy about you.
I'm crazy about you too.
I just think that sometimes crazy is not enough.
You don't mean that.
It's just because you're still angry with me.
I'm not angry.
Actually, no, I am angry.
I'm angry that you told Steve that I was out having sex with Nick last night.
No, I didn't say that.
You implied it.
Well, I was wrong.
No kidding.
That is crossing a line with my best friend's husband.
This is bigger than that.
Is it Nick? It's us! We don't fit.
We might be different, but we want the same things.
Even if that is true, we want them at different times and you can't support what I need.
Where is this coming from? Is this your father again? From me! Grace, you are thinking with your head and not with your heart.
What does that even mean? It means you think that you are looking for some guy who ticks all your boxes.
But maybe he won't make you happy.
I will! Tell that to your father.
My father knows me better than anyone.
You said you didn't need his approval.
That is because I didn't want him to be right.
And in my gut, I know he is.
He called me a time waster.
That's funny, you know.
I am not the one who is dishonest about wanting to be in this relationship.
You are the one who wasted my time, Grace.
I can't bear it if they break up too.
Well What? I mean, it was awesome for Grace, for a while.
But you have to admit, it was a pretty weird fit.
Oh! Answer it! Get it off! Hello.
Dani Varvaris speaking.
I am more than happy to wait for Ezra.
Good morning! Yeah, abso absolutely.
I completely understand.
Thank you for calling.
Why did I answer it? Now I just wish I didn't know.
Tom, I am so sorry for giving you the bug.
Is there anything I can do? Don't come in! Don't come in here! Is there anything I can sand or lathe or build for you? No.
Should I get you some flat lemonade? Ging Ginger ale! That's right.
Sorry.
I'll get it now.
Hey, Garry.
G'day, Rob.
Loaf of the raisin and pecan, thanks, mate.
Sold out.
Everyone's been coming earlier now so they don't miss out.
Oh.
But Colette's been in already to get it.
Lucky, huh? Yeah, lucky.
Thanks, mate.
Catch ya.
You moving out, mate? Grace and I broke up.
Oh.
I'm sorry, man.
I had no idea.
Neither did I.
It's what she wants, so You OK? No.
Do you want to take it out on some waves or something? Maybe later.
Well you know, surf, beer, whatever you want.
I'm around, mate.
Thanks, man.
No worries.
You won't be needing that.
Opposing counsel.
Daniel Marinello has a 19-year-old son by his first wife.
Scott Marinello? Daniel Scott Marinello.
And his dad controls a previously undisclosed bank account in the kid's name to cover his, um, "educational expenses".
To which there is a credit card attached? Correct.
We threatened to subpoena the son's financial records.
Guess what.
They've withdrawn the suit? On instructions from their client.
I How did you? I told you, I have no life.
You totally saved my arse.
Yeah, you totally owe me lunch.
Somewhere very expensive.
And very in.
Apparently.